Spain's top domestic football competition La Liga will resume from June 11 after the postponement of the Covid-19 epidemic for three months. While the 2020-21 season will be played from September 12. Confirming this, the Spanish Sports Council said that the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and La Liga had reached an agreement on the remaining 11 rounds of matches from the two top divisions. He said that if the epidemic did not come to a halt, the session would end on July 19.
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After the resumption, the league's first match will be held on 11 June with a match between Betis and Sevilla, while the rest of the league matches will be played on the weekend of 13 and 14 June. In March, when La Liga was stopped, Barcelena was at the top of the table. Real Madrid are two points behind at the second spot.
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Earlier on Friday, league president Xavier Tebas said, "The important thing is to know the last date of the 2019-20 season that the next match will start on September 12." Tebas told Spanish newspaper Marca via teleconference that we will start again soon, if God wishes, on June 11. We hope that Madrid and Barcelona will go through phase two, where we can play. He said that more than 130 people are working in La-Liga so that everything is done in a new way. We are ready and the important thing is that we will finish the league. We will hold the new season from September 12. Football players have returned to training in Spain. La Liga is following in the footsteps of the German Football League, which became the first league in Europe to recur between the Covid-19. The English Premier League is also returning to the ground on 17 June.
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